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CBS
Oct 27, 2012 11:00pm EDT
with a satellite picture. we're looking at a position about 300 miles south of hatteras. that's good. it's moving northeast at 14. we is have another day to prepare for sandy. it won't be as nice tomorrow as today, but you'll be able to clean your gutters out, check your down spouts and that sort of thing. so here's the storm. it does not look particularly impressive, but again, we can't really get hung up on that either, because ironically the storm will intensify and become in some ways a stronger storm after it becomes extra tropical. here's the track. sunday, 8:00, we're looking at a category 1 way out to sea, seem east of hatteras. that's not so bad. it's the left turn that's the problem and it is still forecast to make a turn. it's a little further north now, which is good in southern new jersey and extreme northern delaware. we get into monday, 8:00 hour. then it rolls right in through southeastern p.a. i'm not sure it's going to accelerate into new york state. it may hang in south central pennsylvania. we know the wind fields are so big we are still looking at a hit. maybe not a direct hi
ABC
Oct 23, 2012 5:00pm EDT
hatteras. we don't know yet. this could be in a system diving out of canada. the coastal storm of rain and wind and we'll have more on that in the coming days. tonight 53, staying mild, 82. sun, clouds, warmer. fantastic weather, 70s, sunshine. the weekend we do see our changes beginning with the coastal system. it all kind of comes together, sunday, monday, into tuesday. that's why we're advertising wet and windy conditions. the tracks tend to average going from cape hatteras. that means wind and rain and the main storm more of a new england event. we'll see what happens. >> we'll keep an eye on that. >>> a police officer pull as woman's hair as she watches her home go up in flames. what the woman is saying about her run-in with the police. >> a truck crashes into a convenience store. what robbers got away with. >>> a woman has her hair pulled by a plomplet the woman arrived to see the house was on fire and began running toward the house. then a san diego police officer stepped in and started pushing her back. she then take has swipe at him and he grabbed her hair. >> i was not aware
NBC
Oct 27, 2012 5:00am EDT
cape hatteras to the coast of florida and we have the other element, the cold front to the northwest with rains reaching from ohio and kentucky and tennessee. they all come together over us and we will see the first hint of this maybe tonight and better chance tomorrow and the real show starts monday and tuesday. more on the forecast coming up. >> with the devastating summer derecho fresh in our minds, people are stocking up on food and buying generators if they can find them. rob roblin has more. >> at clement hardware, people were lined up to buy generators. gordon clement says he sold over 100 generators in four hours this morning. >> people stockpile for storms like this. when it does happen, it's a good day. >> are they selling fast? >> we are down to 150 and we are four hours into it so i figure by the end of business on saturday, i think they'll be gone. >> if you've ever lost electricity for a length of time, you know what that's like. >> pretty sure we will be without power and all that stuff. >> not worried about air conditioner but the freezers for a few days and they said
NBC
Oct 28, 2012 6:00am PDT
to hatteras. that is now closed off and officials have a couple of barges along cape hatteras in case people need to get out. the sea is rough as well. there's a hurricane warning for mariners offshore. we're looking at waves 12 to 25 feet and the beaches, by the way, i was out here yesterday. i could see all of this beach. there was no water here for about 70 feet. now it is completely covered and the seas are moving in. all of this is just a little taste, though, of what is to come along the northeast for the big cities in the next couple of days. so i hope that people are watching this and heeding those warnings because the winds, as sandy comes ashore, are going to be much stronger along the east coast than what i am feeling right now. back to you, jenna. >> julie, stay safe. julie martin, thank you very much. >>> now let's head about 400 miles off the east coast to asbury park, new jersey. al roker is there tracking sandy's every move. al, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning to you, jenna. and of course asbury park the home of rock 'n' roll and bruce springsteen but this is di
CNN
Oct 28, 2012 11:30am PDT
southeast of cape hatteras, north carolina carrying 75.5-mile-an-hour winds. sandy is expected to move north and turn toward the east coast tomorrow and collide way cold front producing a mega storm. that cold front could also mean several feet of snow that might be dumped in west virginia and ohio and the big threat from this storm that it may knock out power, if not for hours, possibly days, maybe even up to a week in some locations. and this storm could dump up to several inches of rain, and in the appalachian area, it could be as much as a foot of snow as well as the other areas that i mentioned that have that cold front kind of hovering. so we have reporters all over the region covering this major storm as it bears down on the eastern seaboard. we'll hear from all of them straight ahead. let's go to north carolina. our george howell is in kill devil hills where they've been feeling the effects of this storm for some time now, and it is a slow mover, apparently, as we've been seeing, as we heard from the president there. you're still being pounded by a lot of wind and rain. >> reporter:
ABC
Oct 28, 2012 5:00pm PDT
7hd. you can see -- we're going to put the satellite on there as well. cape hatteras, north carolina, 50 miles-per-hour winds, virginia beach, virginia as well. 45 miles-per-hour, and you can see the rain bands churning and moving inland. the width of the storm, over 500 miles long. right now it is 270 miles southeast of cape hatteras. winds still category 1. moving to the northeast. by late tomorrow afternoon, early tuesday morning, it will jog towards the northeast, and as i mentioned, landfall anywhere from atlantic city to new york and all eyes are on that. we call this a super storm because we're going to have those feeder bands moving in off the ocean towards the west, and then we have another system to the northeast that will twitch the winds back offshore, bringing in the cold air, and of course heavy rains as well as very strong winds. folks visiting the bay area right now, flights are going to be cancelled. it's a me, all eyes on sandy. >> ama: here's a look at sandy's impact. even before the storm makes landfall. the new york stock change will close its trading floor tomor
NBC
Oct 25, 2012 11:00pm EDT
and then when it gets to about cape hatteras, it turns back to the west. still a very strong storm as it makes its way to the mid- atlantic coastal areas. sunday night going into monday's when we have to worry about that storm making landfall here. more details in the forecast, coming up in just a few minutes. >> you still have several days to get ready. what should you do to prepare and what should you have on hand? you don't need to wait until the very last minute. kai reed has that story. >> the wind, rain, and damage is still hundreds of miles away, but it could -- we could be part of sandy's plans. people like ricardo refused to be caught off hand. >> we are going to bat and down the hatches now and try to get prepared. this is just a late run to the store, and i will do the heavier one later on. >> emergency operations center. >> bge crews are getting ready as well, monitoring the forecast and calling residents to take advantage of the advance warning. >> if we do have a major hit for the hurricane, to have water, to have food and a flashlight and radio so you can stay connected with the
NBC
Oct 27, 2012 6:00pm EDT
-an-hour winds, a little better than 300 miles away from cape hatteras. here's what the weather looks like for us. we had the cold front to the west and all that moisture coming up from the south from sandy. but it's kind of held down to the extreme southeast virginia, the mouth of the chesapeake bay. we've had a very nice afternoon this afternoon so far. let's switch over to our main computer and here are the various tracks. we still got a variety of solutions, but most of them converge on new jersey. i want to kind of focus now, instead of having two or three of these little spinning symbols about where various models talk, the three main models, the european, the g.f.s. and the nam are coming in at the same place, central or northern new jersey, and in the predawn hours on tuesday, all right? and the strongest weather will be before the makes landfall. the storm will be coming in from the east, too, not from the south, but from the east. that looks like we're really beginning to focus now on what's going to happen and where that track is. we're getting awfully close. right now we want to check
NBC
Oct 27, 2012 11:00pm EDT
for the storm coming. here the storm. out over the ocean. some 300 miles away from cape hatteras. the storm is moving to the northeast right now. eventually the storm will take a more northwesterly path and aim toward parts of new jersey. also there is a thought out to the west. temperatures and the the 40 posited the garrett county. the front is now running into the circulation pattern around hurricane sandy itself. it is a huge storm . in a large wind field. -- a large wind field. running into a high population area. behind the front, another factor that energizes the storm. we will keep going when they interact. that is part of the form the. here is the latest -- 75 mph winds. hurricane sandy is about 300 miles away from north -- from hatteras. it will continue to move more north and northwest. it looks like it will be offshore wednesday evening. southern new jersey, this particular track. the cone of influence runs from the chesapeake bay all the way up to connecticut. and massachusetts. there's still a wide target here. beacons -- we can still o somdoe hunkering down. if the rain showe
NBC
Oct 28, 2012 6:30pm EDT
270 miles south of cape hatteras. it makes the turn toward us. we will be watching for the band to the northwest. we have two weather elements. we have the front to the west. there is cold air behind it. the radar is starting to show some paint indicating snow. the cold air is dropping in. the hurricane is approaching from the south and east. that is expected to hit the coast tomorrow afternoon. when the two elements combine, sandy will not be a hurricane. it will be an even stronger nor'easter coming in from the east of the ocean into our area. for more on that, let's go to joan collins. >> there are two elements to the storm. one is the heavy rain on the eastern shore. then we have the wind. the weather service has issued a hurricane force winds warning for the day for tomorrow. by the time the storm comes in, it will not technically be a hurricane. the wind will be hurricane- force. the wind gusts at the bridge, 21 miles an hour. at ocean city inlet, 35. 40 in the delaware bay paid in the land to, the wind is gusting to 47 miles an hour. -- 40 in the delaware bay. in the atla
ABC
Oct 29, 2012 11:35pm EDT
seawall. in hatteras, the surf tore up roads and beaches. 70-mile-per-hour winds battered communities as millions of americans hunkered down under the fury of the storm. the drama began early this morning as the storm headed toward the eastern seaboard in the midst of the maelstrom an incredit helicopter rescue at sea. 14 people pulled from the roiling waters of a the tal shatall ship "hms bounty" safrpg to the bottom of the sea, one crew member confirmed dead, another still missing. earlier today, in cape may, america's oldest seaside resort, sandy battered the grand homes, devoured the broad beaches and flooded streets, particularly turning the cape into an island. but sandy's real destructive force is focused north of here in her huge haymaker of a root hook that deadly northeast quadrant of the storm. and the most densely populated area of the country. >> millions of people are going to be affected. >> reporter: but noontime in washington, d.c., president obama breaking off from the campaign, took up the mantle of offense once again to urge americans to heed all the ominous warnin
ABC
Oct 31, 2012 12:00pm EDT
. >> the search continues for the the bounty.ain of in his country days since the ship sank off the hatteras in north carolina. guard used to develop a helicopter to rescue 14 crewmembers from life rafts taking onship started but another crew members recovered yesterday. jacqui jeras is back with us to look outside. we have a halloween treats. i recorded an awesome time lapse from this morning of the sunrise. it's a beautiful orange glow. we have not had a lot of sunshine. go ahead and take a look at that time lapse. there's a treat for you. that was as the sun came up around 7:30. nice?that it is. we see those blue skies at the end of it, a little parent is tricky, because we are to get those blue to get a shower. that's the kind of data will be with the influence left from sandy. fredericksburg, reporting light rain right now. this will not amount to a lot. .t will not be enough we will focus on the here and now. lightn stay there still circulation. moving into the eastern great lakes and ontario today. moisture wrapping around the back side of it. to decrease.g a few reports of roofs have
CBS
Oct 25, 2012 12:00pm EDT
over toward us. here we are monday morning east of hatteras and elizabeth city. this is the concern beyond that. the turn to the northwest is what we're looking at. and the center of the potential path brings it over toward new jersey potentially as we get into tuesday ternoon, tuesday evening. so new york, long island would get that. we'de on the weaker side. we're still inthat cone of uncertainty. if this thing tracks a little farther west, a little farther southwest, that would up our threat potential. we're going to watch it. it's very close to comfort levels or noncomfort levels. we'll be tracking this for the rest of the week and the weekend with the very latest on every newscast and online. jc, back to you. >> thank you very much, huward. >>> sand -- howard. >>> sandy's effects are being felt along the southern coast of the united states. danielle nottingham has more from melbourne, florida where residents are bracing for the worst. >> reporter: hurricane sandy kicked off powerful waves and rip currents off florida's atlantic coast. residents are preparing for tropical storm
ABC
Oct 29, 2012 4:30am EDT
, which goes through the outer banks on to the cape hatteras national seashore. and the bonner bridge is closed. the surf is very strong. water getting all the way to appear. the sea ranch resort at among the areas affected. we are getting pictures from wtop. they have a reporter where more than 200 flights are closed. the southwest terminal they have the monitors wrapped up in plastic in augenstwein. we will have an update a little later on. back to you. >> thank you. we will check back with you shortly for the latest. it4:>> coming up, we will talk with a spokesperson for metro [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits. delicious. busay i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fo it all up and boom! i just made an unbeatable unsloppy joe pillsbury grands biscuits. let the making begin. [ female announcer ] what would you call an ordinary breakfast
CBS
Oct 29, 2012 4:00am EDT
is sandy now? >> 285 miles east of cape hatteras. looks like it's starting to make the turn to the north. it was going northeast yesterday and last night. it looks like it's going more north and toward southern jersey in the early morning hours. we start a look at the day planner. we've got temperatures probably as warm as they're going to be all day at 54 degrees. 51 by lunch time. 50 by 5:00. i anticipate winds also increasing. they're not bad this morning although at ocean city we've had gusts to 45 miles an hour. you can see we've got the warnings up and down the coast here. marine storm warnings down in virginia. then they become hurricane force wind warnings. this has to be one of the dumbest things i've seen from the national hurricane center and i respect the heck out of these guys but they stopped issuing warnings north of cape hatteras because it's going to be extra tropical. consider this a hurricane warning where gusts could be over 85 miles an hour. that is snow in the mountains. we're not growing to talk much about it but there are blizzard warnings from garrett county thro
NBC
Oct 27, 2012 9:00am EDT
of the clouds are up from the south. notice the rain is around hatteras at this stage of the probably the rain will stay south of us today but get closer. the hurricane with 75 mile-an-hour winds for sandy and rain bands. the carolinas beginning to get some of the outer rain bands with the storm and awfully cold air behind the cold front to the west. that's one of the factors that will charge the storm. winds at 75 miles an hour, the storm off the florida coast a few hundred miles from charleston, south carolina, at this stage. the track will take it northeast for a while and may flip-flop between being a tropical storm and hurricane but eventually when it comes on shore late monday or early tuesday in the overnight hours, it's probably not going to be a tropical feature anymore but a nor'easter in essence, an extra-tropical storm. and it looks like the area that will most likely come in, anywhere from the delmarva peninsula up towards long island. most of the models favor new jersey. if the core passes around new jersey or so, we wouldn't get the strongest winds but we're still going to get s
NBC
Oct 28, 2012 6:00pm EDT
hatteras traveling to the northeast. it will make landfall somewhere between new york city and ocean city. the favored spot appears to be southern jersey. it will then head into pennsylvania. we have watches and warnings. starting late tonight, a flood watch. tomorrow, a high wind warning. all day monday and tuesday, a combination of coastal flood advisories changing to warnings. we will have more on the specifics coming up in a few minutes. >> we have live team coverage from all over the area. residents along the coast are already experiencing hurricane sandy. >> we begin with sheldon dutes onejowins us live with hel some residents are preparing. >> the rain has been coming down for the past 30 minutes. the wind has been steady. we caught up with folks in the city and county get him ready for the storm. >> hurricane sandy is already developing a reputation. >> it is scary. it is covering such a wide area. >> with so much uncertainty, she wants to make sure she is prepared. >> what did you stocked up on a? >> toilet paper, paper towels, milk, regular things. >> she is not alone. workers a
NBC
Oct 26, 2012 4:00am EDT
or as far south as hatteras to virginia beach. obviously, the center line you don't want to pay too much attention to that quite yet, but as we go through the weekend, focus more and more north side of it. the worst rain, excuse me, the worst storm surge and the worst wind. the south and west side has been the strongest rainfall rate. so, you really can't win with this storm as we go throughout the day today. only affects today. georgia coast and the florida coast with a lot of waves and wind. >> bill, thanks so much. >>> now for entertainment news that could be close but silent hill revolution 3d will probably have trouble. "cloud atlas" is grating great buzz. >>> first lady michelle obama appeared on "jimmy kimmel live" and told kimmel about her plan in case he forgets to vote. >> election day! election day! let's go! move it, move it! let's go, get your shoes on. move it, move it! up, up, up. it's time to go. you can do it. out the door, out the door. and eat some carrots. >> and eat some carrots. >>> british's royal sister-in-law attended a launch party for her book launch of party p
CBS
Oct 29, 2012 6:00am EDT
. this is where i think the hurricane center blew it. they thought, you know, past cape hatteras, we won't issue hurricane or tropical storm warnings because we think it's going to be an extra tropical storm. we'll confuse everybody by going to another warning system. this is a hurricane for the chesapeake bay, the atlantic. even though it's a marine storm warning, tropical storm warning south of there. the worst of the winds will come into our region. we have winds gusting to 105 moving to the north. it's begun the turn. it was going northeast. now it's going northerly. it's going to turn more toward the northwest. maybe coming on shore by atlantic city 10:00, 11:00 tonight. the worst of the winds will be starting this evening overnight through lunch time tomorrow. qee have gusts here in the metro -- we could have gusts here in the metro above hurricane strength. it's going to cause some damage and rainfall. some areas could get more than a foot. potentially six inches plus around here. i'll be back with more in a few minutes. right now here's monika with timesaver traffic. >>> i was happy to s
CBS
Oct 26, 2012 11:00pm EDT
at about 7. we're looking at warnings up to hatteras. essentially the entire southeast coast. no changes yet, but i would not be surprised tomorrow or at least by sunday if we get some watches, tropical storm watches and warnings even in the immediate delmarva coast. okay. let's go over the scenarios. and i've changed this a little bit. one scenario we take it out to sea. 5% chance. scenario two, new york city north. i think even ift hits new york city, we'll get an inch or so of rain with winds 15-30 miles an hour. scenario 3, about a 30% chance in between new york city and atlantic city. now we have winds of 20-40 miles an hour. up the rainfall a little bit too. 1-3 inches. so even though it comes this far north, 1-3 inches of rain is possible in the metro area. that's good enough for flooding. and of course scenario 4 which is the worst possible track would be right over across the northern bay into northern maryland. now we have rain 2-8 inches. the only track worse than this would be a track about 100 miles further south of the metro area, south of town out towards winchester. scena
NBC
Oct 27, 2012 7:00am EDT
hatteras and duck. we'll continue to see these warnings and watches issued as the day goes on. we're looking for storm surge out of this thing for the carolinas, anywhere from three to five feet, as you get to norfolk and the hampton bay area, about one to three feet. rainfall going to be a big problem out of this system, too. over the next 24 hours, from norfolk down to charleston, we could see anywhere from four to eight inches of rain. now let's look at the path of this system. right now, we expect it to regain strength later today on into late tonight and become a category 1 storm. it will continue to parallel the coast by sunday morning. by sunday afternoon, it's along the coast, cape hatteras, and then it gets ready to make a turn and come inland and make its way into the northeast somewhere, anywhere from new jersey to long island. now, why is it going to do this? this is really unusual. we have the steering currents in the upper atmosphere. the jet stream and a deep trough digging down. as that trough starts to what we call negatively tilt, it is going to pull sandy closer
NBC
Oct 27, 2012 6:00am EDT
. there is the first drops from sandy breaching cape hatteras, north carolina. we'll keep a close eye on this all weekend. cloudy, cool. on the mild side today with temperatures into the mid and upper 60s and not much of a rain threat for today. that changes overnight tonight. rain increasing and wind increasing dramatically by the second half of your sunday. talk more about the track and everything else you should expect coming up in a couple more minutes. >> chuck, thank you. >>> as the storm sets its sights on the u.s. east coast places like cuba and the caribbean are cleaning up from the destruction. the death toll is up to 44 people in the caribbean including 29 people in haiti. the numbers are expected to rise because more than 250,000 people are still living in temporary, unsecured housing from the earthquake back in 2010. flooding is also a concern as river levels are also on the rise. >>> today d.c. residents preparing for hurricane sandy can get free sand bags from the department of public works. they'll be there between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. today. outside rfk stadium in lot number
NBC
Oct 28, 2012 3:30pm PDT
cape hatteras, we're still more than 500 miles away from the storm, that winter like jet stream is juicing the storm, that's why we have a blizzard warning on the backside of a hurricane, this is going to take a left jab, an ali jab on new jersey. surge will be at record levels in some spots. >> mike seidel for us tonight. thank you. and that is nbc nightlily news for us this evening. stay us for continuing coverage and full coverage tomorrow morning. coming up next football night in america. followed by monday night football t saints and the broncos. i'm lester holt reporting tonight from the beach. from all of us here at nbc news, don't.
ABC
Oct 28, 2012 6:00pm PDT
look at this system, right now over 200 miles southeast of cape hatteras. still moving to the northeast. by tomorrow night it is going to start to make a jog towards the northeast. possible landfall tomorrow night near atlantic city, spend after that, folks, looks like the other cold storm in the -- canada is going to new jersey with this, -- is going to merge with this, making this a superstorm tuesday. we'll be telling you flights cancelled already. this is really going to impact the eastern half of the united states. >> leigh, residents on the eastern seaboard are already bracing for the storm's impact. millions are being warned to get somewhere safe and to stay put. reporter: images that speak for themselves. hurricane sandy has that yet made landfall in the u.s. but its fierce winds and rain still are making travel difficult in ocean city, maryland. maryland has already declared a state of emergency. after being briefed by federal officials on the movement of the storm, president obama had this to say -- my main message to everybody involved, we have to take this seriously. my mess
ABC
Oct 29, 2012 11:35pm PDT
into rivers. in hatteras, north carolina, the enormous surf tore up roads and beaches. all along the coast, 70-mile-per-hour winds battered communities as millions of americans hunkered down under the fury of this storm. the drama began early this morning as the storm headed toward the eastern seaboard in the midst of that maelstrom, an incredible helicopter rescue at sea. the coast guard pulled 14 people from the royaling waters after the ship "hms bounty," which starred in hollywood movies for decades, including "pirates of the caribbean" films, foundered and sunk to the bottom of the sea. one crew member dead, another missing. in cape may, america's oldest seaside resort, sandy battered the grand hopes, devour the broad beaches, and flooded the streets, practically turning the quap into the island. sandy's real destructive force is north of here in her haymaker of a right hook, the deadly northeast quadrant of the storm in the most densely populated area of the country. >> millions of people are going to be affected. >> reporter: by noontime in washington, d.c., president obama breaking off
CBS
Oct 27, 2012 6:00pm PDT
hatteras, north carolina, moving to the northeast at 13. based on that track, the best chance for significant windses, 58 miles per hour or greater, are going to be in the area along the jersey shore, right into the new york city metropolitan area, and when we talk about significant winds, we're talking about winds that have a good chance of causing power outages and a lot of do you understand trees glerg david, how much flooding should we expect? >> coastal flooding could be a huge problem. there are evacuations being ordered along the coast because of that, and we have two things going on. we have the angle of approach. the storm is going to make that turn and move directly west or west-northwest into the coastline, and that causes the highest storm surge in some of these locations. and also we have the full moon in effect with multiple tide cycles. we'll have to go through more than one high tide during this event and that will only pile up the water that much higher. you really need to listen to what your local emergency management officials are saying if they tell to you
NBC
Oct 24, 2012 6:00pm EDT
of the storm southeast of hatteras. but it takes a ride into the delaware bay. that's a problem if this verifies. that would mean strong wind and torrential rain. that is the european model. it's only one, but it's one of the possibilities we are looking at. then some cold air comes rushing in behind it and that's why you could get some snow out of that system. we will just have to see how would unfolds. morning fog and afternoon sun. the wind out of the bay from the east. temperatures will be mild. on the eastern shore, the fog has to burn off and the afternoon sun will push temperatures into the '70s. by afternoon highs will be right around the 70 degree mark. enjoy the next couple of days. its story over the weekend. char chances arrive on saturday evening. heavy rain and wind as possible sunday into monday and even tuesday. >> this is the 11 sports. >> when the orioles hired him in the summer of 2010, they were looking at his present a went managing in new york, arizona and texas, he led a stunning turnaround. his second full year in baltimore, he accomplished the same and i
NBC
Oct 24, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. the european model shows the storm moving from just off cape hatteras sunday afternoon or evening up towards the delaware bay monday afternoon or evening. that would be nasty scenario for us with heavy rain and wind followed by a blast of cold. we have to watch for early next week69-74 tomorrow after the morning fog burns off. western maryland mountains, temperatures will be warm. in little more sunshine it and the mountains. eastern shore, morning clouds and fog is burning off moderate than normal temperatures. -- milder than normal temperatures. 7 day forecast -- the next couple will be quiet. sun mixed with clouds. showers began saturday evening. heavy rain and wind possible sunday into monday. a blast of cold on tuesday. highs and only then to the 40 + of. -- highs in the 40's. america's favorite jackpot the game. good evening. tonight we have a guaranteed $90 million jackpot. good luck. 18, 50, 23 3, 21. for the winning power ball # -- 4. this is 11 sports. >> after a rest, the packers look like a junkyard. the giants, the temperatures rise. rbi single off justin berlander. pablo sandov
NBC
Oct 25, 2012 6:00pm EDT
in insisting on the storm moving our way. there is self east of hatteras at about midnight sunday night into monday morning. then it curves back inland, almost right toward baltimore. it moves right over the baltimore-washington area late monday evening going into tuesday morning and then works it way back into the mounds and the grealakes. the mountains have a chance for some snow and we have the potential for high winds and flooding rains. there may be a little sun in afternoon tomorrow and water temperatures of 64-65 degrees on the bay. a decent day tomorrow, but things will be changing over the weekend. it may change over to snow sunday night into monday and even into tuesday in western maryland. very cold air coming into the mountains laid in the weekend. showers in the evening on saturday and weather conditions deteriorating on the eastern coast and the shore as we go into the upcoming weekend. tomorrow, just like today, fog and clouds in the morning and the sun trying to break through in the afternoon. 68 degrees saturday, most of the day drive. sunset or beyond is when we will s
ABC
Oct 8, 2012 4:55am EDT
, and there is a little disturbance that's going to develop off of the coast of cape hatteras, sliding towards the north, we have a chance for showers to work in here as we go through the afternoon, right now, though, clear skies, sunshine in here, as you head out the door, cold and also dealing with patchy fog, we have 8 miles of reduced visibility in baltimore. now a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. good morning. >>> that patchy fog causing problems across the region. turn on the low beams this morning. no problems to report traveling through the fort mc henry tunnel or harbor tunnel. if you are using jfx in to the city, it will be nice and clear from the beltway, all the you are way down to fayette street. a live look outside at 695, parkville, harford road. nothing to get in your way as you head up towards towson. meagan, over to you. >>> he has been hanging upside down, did that for days, above a river, too, that's not stopped david blaine, the amazing feat he is hoping to tha involves more than 1 million volts. if you have an autistic child over the age of five, they may wonder aw
ABC
Oct 24, 2012 6:00am EDT
hatteras and here are the storm possibilities. but first one takes it inland and we do have some strong windscoastal flooding and mountain snow from all the cold air. the second track will be breezy beach erosion and some coastal ran across the area. so no matter which track it takes we will be feeling the effects of this as we go through time. for today, the planner tops us off at 80 degrees. and the 7-day forecast still looks pretty good but we are waiting for that weekend as it becomes stormy windy and chilly. let's check the traffic withlauren cook. >> reporter: i like today's weather. i don't want this weekend's weather. we are dealing with the crash right now in dundalk. it's going to be right on eastern avenue at 54th street. and if you are traveling out on 83, as we check in and take a live look just north of the beltway, you will notice everything moving right along no problems to report and it will remain nice and clear as we head downtown to fayette street. and if we pull up a live camera, 95 that's a shot of 83 north of the beltway. you will notice traffic picking up and mov
ABC
Oct 24, 2012 5:00pm EDT
it right off cape hatteras, up to cape cod with a lot of wind and big surf coming into maryland. now we're seeing more of a tilt in a push toward at least new jersey, new york. the worst of the weather will be the north side. we'll see what happens, but keeping a close sigh on the situation. 54. tomorrow 74 with sun and clouds, not as warm but a great october day. the next three days you're looking great, maybe a saturday night showers, phelps point, baltimore. then we move into our nor'easter days. this will be a slow moving system with winds picking up. the rain coming up on sunday. things go downhill into monday, probably into the new york, new england area and into tuesday and wednesday things will slowly improve toward halloween wednesday. the area, if this does come in, the area north of it, north like cape cod, boston, will really get slammed. this will be power outages. we want to stay on the south side. >> let me show you what's upment halloween may not be until next week but you can start the celebration early. hollow marine. we got a sneak preview of the festivities including
ABC
Oct 26, 2012 5:00pm EDT
the storm up folding and developing and intensifying. we feel confident on the storm off of hatteras. around 50, 60 miles. when does it come incomes when does it take the left hook in to shore and it's going to be up to two track scenarios. we will show you, two thoughts we are going to maintain a two track scenario deal. worst track through the even shore, over ocean city, and shooting it up towards queen ann's county and over baltimore. not far out of the realm of possibility of gusts around 55- 60. rain is a big player. 3-5 inches of rain. if we do see that the track goes towards the north, we are going to get something out of this. it's not going to be as intense. winds 35 miles per hour, gusting to 45. 2-4 inches of rain with coastal flooding becoming a concern, mostly towards the eastern shore, western, eastern shoreline, could be the dealing with issues. eastern shoreline, the eastern coastline, what i'm trying to say. that would be an issue with the northerly wind piling the water from the bay. this is going to have certainly multiple variables to this. we will keep an eye on it. we
CBS
Oct 26, 2012 4:00am EDT
tropical. in any event, does look like the path will get near hatteras. 55 mile an hour winds could extend 120 miles from the center. 34, 40 mile an hour winds. it will have a massive wind field. this is the on shore flow into northern new jersey, long island, new york. the cone goes all the way down to norfolk. if it comes farther south and west, our threat increases. i'll show you the model forecast. there are a couple of models that do bring it off to the south, a lot closer to us. yes, a lot of things still to consider. for us today, we're starting out with the low clouds, some fog. we'll stay cloudy through midday. 65 at noon. some sun like yesterday with the high around 71, maybe 72. right now we've got 63 degrees with some fog. visibility in easton one- quarter of a mile. visibility in tappahannock less than two and in the mountains areas less than half a mile. your temperatures still on the mild side now. with them in the 50s and low 60s. with sandy that will bring in some cold air. when you see the seven-day forecast, you'll have to bust out the jackets and warm gear. monika samta
CBS
Oct 26, 2012 12:00pm EDT
together to more of this -- morph this into low pressure. monday morning it's east of hatteras. looks like it could make landfall near the delaware bay by tuesday morning. then track through northeastern maryland, south central pennsylvania in toward wednesday morning. this should be a long duration rain event, winds likely causing trees down, flooding, power outages. get prepared. if this track doesn't change over the weekend, it's going to be big time trouble around here early next week. here's the windfield. the yellow would be tropical storm force winds 30 miles an hour or more. orange would be almost 60 miles an hour and red is hurricane force. we're showing you this because it looks like we could get the damaging winds potentially on the outer banks by sunday evening. sunday night into monday morning, we'll get tropical storm force winds. this will not make landfall till tuesday morning and even wednesday be nearby. we could have 36 to 48 hours of tropical storm force winds affecting the area. maybe even near hurricane force winds along the coast. you combine that with rains which ma
CBS
Oct 26, 2012 6:00pm EDT
ever. >> tropical storm warnings now especially up to hatteras and points across the southeast coast down the east coast of florida. we'll come back with more new information on the track of sandy. we'll explain. >> plus secretary of state hillary clinton reaches a major milestone today, those stories and more just ahead. >>> updating breaking news, senate majority leader harry reid is in the accident. he was in an accident earlier today. the nevada democrat was in a car that was rear-ended in las vegas. a police spokesperson says reid's vehicle was one of six involved in in chain reaction crash. -- in this chain reaction crash. a source close to the 72-year- old democrat says his injuries do not appear to be life threatening. he should be okay. >>> former italian prime minister silvio berlusconi was sentenced to prison today for tax evasion. he was ordered to spend the next four years behind bars. the sentence was later reduced to one year. the 76-year-old former prime minister has dominated italian politics for nearly 20 years. his trial began six years ago and has been subjected t
CBS
Oct 26, 2012 7:00pm EDT
. that is good. what is bad it starts to turn right around as it gets to the hatteras area it turns and tries to make this left turn as we get into monday night and tuesday. even when it becomes extra tropical they expect it will be a stronger storm. pressure may be longer. still 60 miles an hour winds on tuesday as the storm moves over the northern bay. so this is not good. this is almost not quite the worst scenario but pretty close. because the windshields are big it doesn't matter where it hits. we'll talk about that and the preps you can do. >> we'll hope for the best. so is pepco. they are beering up for a disastrous weather smack down. while thousands of us could be in the darks for days and days this could be an opportunity for pepco to demonstrate it has learned a few things from the recent storms. >> reporter: neighbors and the utility company out here say they are bracing themselves for this frankenstorm. >> this is something that is going to come on our system and sit. >> reporter: pepco officials say tens or hundreds of thousands of people could be without power for an extended p
NBC
Oct 27, 2012 7:00am PDT
hatteras and down towards the coast towards savannah, georgia. the unusual thing about this system, this is going to be a category one hurricane by the time it makes landfall tuesday night into wednesday morning near new york city. unusual. here you go sunday morning, you will notice the bands starting to bull into washington, d.c. by the time we get into monday, new york city will be looking at heavy rain and the potential for flooding with storm surge from boston to d.c. up to three to five feet. that's the surge with the water moving inland. the other impressive thing is the heavy rain. they are expecting about seven to 13 inches of rain. not only for new england, but that includes the mid-atlantic. we are talking cape hatteras, norfolk, washington, d.c. this is before it makes landfall. this is 4:00 on tuesday. all of the yellows and reds. once we see this thing make landfall into tuesday and wednesday and you can expect more to mile up. we are talking about mountain snow on the appalachians. since we are on that side of the united states, we are talking about detroit. the worl
NBC
Oct 26, 2012 6:00am EDT
's in western maryland. clouds from sandy beginning to push up near cape hatteras. and we have the clouds and rain shower activity associated with equal affront out to the west. high pressure over new england giving us an east wind combining with sandy to the south. we are channeling in these east winds. bringing in moisture from the ocean. that brings us the low-level clouds. some missed and drizzle at times. what will happen? the cold front comes east. the hurricane comes north. that puts a lot of energy in the storm. sandy is now category one storm with 80 mile an hour winds. over the bahamas. by early tuesday, according to the hurricane forecast, the storm should, around the mouth of the delaware bay and moving inland into pennsylvania and losing strength. this is going to be a massive storm. there are computer models that pushed this a little farther north. this may not be the final track of the storm. if you see the town of danger runs from roughly rhode island around providence's down to near norfolk and cape hatteras. there could be a lot of variants. but it is such a l
NBC
Oct 25, 2012 6:00am EDT
the bahamas as a category 1 storm and then take a right turn. by late on sunday, as it gets off of hatteras, it may be getting close enough to us to affect our weather here. it could be tracking anywhere within this zone. farther east, we won't get anything out of it. right now, the indications are the greater chance is that it may track right along our atlantic seaboard. so here are the potential impacts. wind and rain beginning for us, beginning on sunday, especially south and east of the metro area, getting worse as the day goes on. and then into monday, looks like the worst effects of that storm with potential power outages. stay tuned. we'll be keeping you fully informed. hour by hour today, the forecast for the day, near 70 by noontime. i'm back in ten minutes with another update. danella has a look at traffic now. good morning. >> good morning. well, we're going to start along i-270. delayed as you travel between frederick and heading southbound towards clarksburg road, you are slow. a live look at 109. you know how this goes. just bumper to bumper sluggish as you make your ways to s
ABC
Oct 30, 2012 12:00am EDT
: in atlantic city, 15-foot wawaves crashed over th seawe seawall. in hatteras, the surf tore up roads and beaches. 70-mile-per-hour winds battered communities as millions of americans hunkered down under the fury of the stm. the drama began early this morning as the storm headed toward the eastern sthe maelstr incredit helicopter rescue at sea. 14 people pulled from the roiling waters of a the tal shatall ship "hms bounty" safrpg to the bottom of the sea, one crew member confirmed dead, another still missing. earlier today, in cape may, america's oldest seaside resort, sandy battered the grand homes, voured the broad beaches and flooded streets, particularly turning the cape into an island. but sandy's real destructive force is focused north of here in her huge haymaker of a root hook that deadly northeast quadrant of the storm. and the most densely populated area of the country. >> millions of people are going to be affected. >> reporter: but ontime in washington, d.c., president obama breakingng off from the camptook up the mantle of offense once again to urge americans to heed all
CBS
Oct 29, 2012 7:00am EDT
stronger overnight, seeing the pressure drop more, one of the lowest pressures ever reported for hatteras. winds will be increasing throughout the day. 40 miles an hour, 5:00. gusting to 50, 60 by then. we'll see it move in from east to west. watching the conditions. in the next two to three hours, you'll see a dramatic rise in the winds and waves hitting the thannic. you can barely see the storm on the radar here. up the mid-atlantic, we've got this area of heavy, heavy rain, which has been along the coast. got reports out of prince frederick, about 2.5 inches. reports of over 5 inches already in the reedville area, northern neck of virginia. heavy rains continue now moving frts bay and the eastern shore over to the metro. in the mountains, we've got snow. not going to talk much about that. above 2500, 3000 feet, blizzard warnings in effect from garrett county through the highcountry in west virginia. could be a foot or more of wind-driven, wet snow there. >>> here's the latest on sandy. 7:00 right now, 5:00 advisory, the last one we have. we'll have another advisory, intermediate one at
CNN
Oct 29, 2012 8:00am PDT
pressure recorded for a storm north of cape hatteras, north carolina. we are not done by any means with hurricane sandy. we still have to go through late tonight as well as into tomorrow morning before we see that circulation making landfall. again, you can kind of see for yourself right now, it's located roughly about -- looks like 268 miles south-southeast of new york city. and it's now made that northwesterly turn. as it makes landfall, it's going to bring hurricane conditions across the region. talking those winds are going to be extremely gusty. they will be moving very slowly. as it does up towards the north -- this is going to be producing a tremendous amount of rainfall. and the rain is already coming down. you can see for washington, d.c. as well as for baltimore, the storms in yellow and orange, of course that indicates the heavy-year rain. out towards the west, snow. ashleigh? >> just quickly, i've got a lot of ground to cover, but when we came into this today, we thought we'd be looking at winds around 75 miles an hour. and then to hear now maximum sustained winds, 90 m
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